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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1992 - Organizations. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. August 29, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19684/show/19571.

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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1992 - Organizations. Houstonian Yearbook Collection. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19684/show/19571

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Title Houstonian 1992
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Title Organizations
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Transcript Students also get a chance to veg out after a long day by realxing in the SA office. Photo by Abe Gil. Part of being the electorial element of the school means attending major debates. This mayorial debate with Chris Rollins was one such event. Photo by Winston Lee. College Republicans Fisrt Row: Jason Fuller, Mai Spickelmier, David Branham, Maria Schmitt, Jerod Dame. Second Row: James Engel, Jeff Fuller, John Jackson. Photo by Noel Stone. ■ Students' Association First Row: Ehsan Khan, Quynh Thai, Kim Lopez, Andrew Monzon, Renae Davis, Nancy Theobold, Di Lee Grooms. Second Row: Bobbie Bowen, Steve Nguyen, Kittrie Gleason, Darrick Kelly, Jay Prince. Third Row: Michael Berry, Gustaf Wickstrand, Kevin Jefferies, Lloyd Jacobson, Michael Green, Eddie Elizondo. Photo by Noel Stone. Hispanic speakers slso brought attention to the SA. By getting various speakers, SA gave other students a chance to hear all sides of the stoory. Photo by Andrees Latif. 206 Organizations CAMPUS VOTING Rusty Hruska won the new presidential election, but the race was not quite over. YES candidate Hruska defeated his opponents without need for a runoff election. However, appeals appeared to be forthcoming. Hruska won with 362 votes to Andrew Monzon's 162 and Eric De Beer's 120. 323 votes were needed for winning without a runoff. Conspiracy allegations were also answered by Hruska as the results were announced. Tm glad its over/' Hruska said of the election. 'Unfortunately, I'm sorry it's taken this long." "It's a dark day for SA when an addled-minded fraternity drone is allowed to sit in the big chair," De Beer fired back. Complaints were lodged by presidential contenders include the moving of ballot boxes from the Satellite and the University Center to PGH. After the results were announced, Hruska responded to the allegations of conspiracy between he and Election Commissioner, Stefan Murry, in soliciting candidates. Hruska admitted that Murry was "not perfect." However, he added, "no one is ever perfect." "Hopefully next year, we'll be able to run a cleaner election," Hruska. One of his first acts as the new president, Hruska said, would be to set up a permanent commission to oversee election guidelines and ethics codes for SA. "There are no checks and balances for SA, and there's a real need for it," Hruska said. "I'd like to see it happen..-Frank San Miguel